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on a city bus. >> watch what happens. >> as a woman calmly delivers her own baby. >> get out of here. >> a rider competes in a motorcross race. >> this isn't this guy's day. >> what got in his way of the title. >> remember that stolen poodle with a mohawk. >> we have a update. >> hear what led to a happy ending. >> yay! >> see why you don't want to unwrap this one. >> that is sick. ♪ >>> it's early morning, you have people on the bus in china on december 12th, this woman right here, in a pink jakt gets on the bus with her 3-year-old child. she tells the people on the bus, that i'm having stomach pains, and she's going to the hospital. she's 39 years old, and nine months pregnant. . >> does she know that? >> she does, and she's feeling she is in labor. >> jostling the baby on the bus. >> that may have something to do with it, but eventually here on the bus, her water breaks. >> the bus driver brings into action. starts flashing his emergency lights, speeding toward the hospital, you see her push her pants down. >> she just pulled the baby out of herself? >> yes. >> someone pass the
. >>> a the memorial continues to grow in newtown a city leader says her connecticut town is defined by acts of courage and by continuing commitment to its children. 20 young lives were lost on friday. all of them six or 7 years old. and at a vigil tonight at newtown, president obama talked about the innocent little boys and girls taken away too soon. our coverage continues with jennifer davis. she is live with the president's comforting words as well as new information on what prevented everyone more deaths on friday. jennifer. >> reporter: hi there, heather. the consoler in chief as he really was this evening spoke across the street at the high school behind me. perhaps the most emotional time during his address is as he read the names of every single young child who was murdered on friday. as he did you could hear children in the audience crying and adults just sobbing. it was certainly an indicative of just how deep the grief is in this town. the president told folks here in evening the country is not doing enough to protect the country's children and he said we must do more. >> you see now more th
to her world. >>> four grinches tried to steal the christmas of an oklahoma city family. it was all caught on surveillance camera. it all started with the blue sedan that you see crossing in front of their house. the family later learned this blue sedan was basically casing the joint. there were four people inside of this car. through this camera you can see one of the guys breaking in the back door. you can see mr. saggy pants here taking high-priced items. they also stole a gun from inside the house. but watch what they do next. they go under the whalen family christmas tree, and they start ripping open the presents. beyond that, they then throw the christmas tree down on the ground, making a mess. and then they flee from the house. >> they flee like rats. >> we think they ran away because they heard the noise of the family coming back in. then the heartbreaking part, we see on the surveillance footage the young children in this family coming in to their christmas completely destroyed on the floor. >> man. >> awful. >> had to be hard to explain that to these kids. >> how do you ex
person to die in the city this year. as robert handa reports some of her friends worry she is also a homicide victim. >> reporter: on most days homeless people gather along los gatos creek but not today. friends of the victim known as lovie say she was a drug addict and suspect foul play. >> lovie is a very nice person. however when she relapsed she went out there. she's got a few enemies out here from things that she's done. >> it is possible to prevent homelessness in our community. >> reporter: the latest had an impact on a memorial to remember the homeless who died in the streets this year. community leaders read the names of the deceased. organizers are sad the list of 39 will go to 40. >> we did have a decline from last year but despite that we're still losing people to homelessness. that's what this woman's death symbolizing to me today. >> i've been through the storms, through the floods, through the violence and it's very crazy out there and especially for the females it's even more tough. >> reporter: lovie's friends expect to hear she is san jose's latest homicide. >> it
earlier this month when she received a standing ovation at the city council meeting when she announced her retirement after 26-1/2 years with the department. >>> we have information about a body found in a pond in santa rosa. stephanie triliegi's body was found floating in a landscape pond at a condominium complex. it could take weeks for a toxicology test to be completed. >>> today two southern california gang members were charged with murder for the death of a 25-year-old boy and his cousin. their suv crashed into the van the victims were in. 11-year-old kendrick eng and his 25-year-old cousin were killed. the arrangement for the two suspects was rescheduled. they each face up to life in prison. >>> pg & e is warning people to beware of people posing as employers of the company. he's asking for a gift card in the amount of an alleged past due bill. san francisco police have also received reports of the scam. >>> today came the official announce that some american couples had been dreading. russians president banned americans from adopting there. ann rubin is not giving up plans to make a
of jennings street. police say she only had a faint pulse when she was found. paramedics could not revive her. officers went to the girl's home and found signs of abuse, and arrested her mother there, 46-year-old heidi heidelberg. >>> the city is hoping to slap an injunction against a man. the city has cited an illegal auto body shop and an illegalling site. last friday, the city attorney requested a preliminary injunction. >> we have a record going back years of calls for service from the police department, from the fire department, notices of violation being given out by a variety of city agencies. >> spoke with a ktvu reporter last month when some of his cars caught fire. one tenant says he charges $1,000 a month for one room, with no stove and no bathroom. >>> it was a good day on wall street. investors were encouraged. a deal may be in place to help avoid that fiscal cliff. the president gave speaker boehner a new offer that is said to be close to the one the speaker proposed. speaker boehner is set to meet with house republicans tomorrow morning. there are still obstacles to overcome.
that their main concern is for the other families. >> her lawyer says she's never been in it trouble and just a quarter short from graduating from college. >> the city of hay ward is considering changes. but the effect on parking has business owners concerned. the proposal would make a street and mission blstled one way through hay wards's downtown but eliminate up to half of the current parking spots. they would better handle traffic between interstate i- 80. >>> a beloved is closing down this week bringing an end to a 35 year tradition. it has to go to make way for higher education. >> reporter: three generations order lunch maybe for the last time year. >> always order the number 24 and i still do. >> it opened in 1977 will serve it's last meal december 29th. >> long time customers are sighing good-bye to the owner. >> it's going to be sad to see them go. >> for a new building they will demolish the restaurant. >> with it's numbered menu, handwritten orders and nothing over $9 disappear. >> he has spent most of his life in the restaurant. now as customers clamber more him to find a new loc
/12/12 at 12:05:00 p.m. her mom and decade dad say she a treasure who happened to arrive on this day. we saw a dudsen couples constitute knot at city hall. they were among thousands expected to make their anniversary date an easy one to remember. >>> and an all star concert is going on at madison square garden right now. we're showing one of the highlights. parole jam singing with roger waters of ping floyd. joe billly joel, and the rolling stones all set to play later tonight. expected to raise tens of millions of dollars. go to ktvu.com to watch that concert yourself. >>> the outside lands music and arts festival has a long life ahead. the san francisco board of supervisor voted to expand the permit until 2021. increase the attendance it to 75,000. >>> if you live along the coast, be careful because tomorrow we're expecting to see the biggest tides of the year. today some parts of bay area experienced minor flooding and we could see more of the same. >> reporter: this is high tide this morning. the waters of the bay topping the bark in san francisco. >> i used to run here a lot and it's re
be separated from her parents. >>> and we will update you on that partial lockdown in place at san jose city college after a report of a gunman on campus have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-
was fortunate to receive only minor injuries. she said her truck hate puddle. it flipped sever times and went over the divider and landed landed landed in an eastbound lane. they say she may have deny driving too fast for the rainy conditions. >>> also city officials say a settlement has been reached to avoid a federal take over the police department. just about an hour ago the city confirmed it reached a tentative agreement with civil rights attorneys. the forms at department would be overseen by a plaid compliance officer. the is the lment will move the department forward. >> i think everyone at at this table wants opd to be at forefront terms of leading leading and constitutional policing and building an maintaining public trust. >> thiscoms as a result of a civil rights suit follow the police scandal a decade ago. they found mandated forms were not happening fast enough. >>> california law make verse been forced to hand over the dose their cars. but now a new report says some legislatures used taxpayer dollars to repair those cars soon before they bought them as their own personal vehicle
, forcing the closure of portions of the southbound lanes. a spokesperson with the city's department of public works says there is no estimate yet on when the lanes will reopen. >>> across the bay in oakland. this is what one resident woke up to find. her neighbor's tree burying her car. >> on highway 4, near the pittsburg/antioch border, one lane was shout down. the potholes will almost a foot deep and the roads were reopened a couple of hours later. >> kind of dry today, but a lot of rain over the last couple of days. >> there's snow in the mountains. plenty of rain around here. let take a look at the numbers. this is after last night's rain. santa rosa, 22.34 inches. that's 174% of average for santa rosa. 154 in san francisco, and 152% in san jose. do you remember last year at this time? we were at about 35 to 40% of rainfall average. okay, so how does it plan out here in the next few days? another weather system is headed our way. that's what i'm going to talk about at 10:20 when i come back. the latest computer model teed up and ready to go. we'll talk about how much more is beh
coast chapter. >>> this past week the san jose state and the city honored one of the most famous african- american authors in the world. she has sold wok at martin louisthth luther king there her awards and books were displayed there. and it turns out she has special direction to san jose state. >> she does for us or what she does for the school she offers scholarships to the student and that's where q we're here to -- why we're here to somehow our support. >> she has written 19 books and her books have been translated into 37 different languages. >> this season we have been showing stories about budget cuts and the heat the university is taking from lack of finances. the animation department is feeling the same squeeze. but as we report team work loath long ways. >> reporter: beshe graduated this spring send a others turned a class project into something special. she directed a six minute short called a it'll i will lake. based on a through story along with thousands other japanese americans. can. >> i think the story about her would honor he
's friends could help piece together details of the shootings. one had her son with her during the gunfire. a 1-year-old boy turned over to his grandfather. >> it's just confusion in this whole city. >> are they caught up in anything. >> no we weren't caught up on nothing. just hanging out waiting for tomorrow. they pick up each other and go to the mall. what are they going to do. they have a baby, come on. >> we have to protect everyone in the community. >> reporter: opd says it's getting good corporation and it will work through the night trying to catch the shooter -- cooperation and it will work through the night trying to catch the shooter. debora villalon. >>> oakland police are in ingaiting two overnight shootings -- investigating two overnight shootings. the second happened after midnight on nay street. all three victims were sent to the hospital and reportedly said to be in stable condition. no arrests have been made. >>> new at 10:00, a 28-year-old man was found shot to death near a golf course in liver mother this morning. a jogger -- livermore this morning. a jogger found the b
will take over as chief after pryor leaves her position. >> a captive journalist describes her situation. >>> we're going to be talking about the freeze warning, and the rain that is returning to the bay area forecast. you'll >>> the oakland city council at this hour is debating what to do about a proposed dog park near lake merit. the city administrator put the matter on hold after strenuous objections from several city council members. the park pits dog lovers from those who think the space should remain available for humans. >> it is a great space for humans to be able to play but humans have an student to go to all different fields and different places. >> reporter: the city administrator said there could be an alternative site for the park. >> reporter: oakland major jean quan held a reception to bid farewell to three council members. delafuente was first elected in 1992. nadel and bruno in 1996. tonight marked the last council meeting as council members. >>> tonight engel and his crew are free after they were inprisoned in syria. >> the last four days were very difficult. we're ver
the city into five districts each to be run by a captain. >> i was surprised to find a window broken. >> reporter: this salon owner told me someone broke her window yesterday. >> if this happens again, i need to move from here. >> reporter: at allen temple baptist church tonight a youth director tells us the community still has to do its part. >> we can use all the help that we can, it's sometimes good to be able to focus within. >> reporter: the price tag for the consultant's help, $350,000. community members say it's worth a try. nothing else has worked so far. reporting live here. >>> the city of san francisco is now facing a lawsuit alleging five police officers conducted improper searches. john burress filed suit on behalf of three people who said they were wrongfully arrested last year at the henderson hotel in the tenderloin. they say police officers claimed they had permission to conduct searches but say they were seen on surveillance video using a master key. >>> we are learning about a construction worker who died. today he was identified as 51- year-old jose plancarte. he
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